Theme: Climate Change: Challenges & Sustainability

Waste Management 2023

Renowned Speakers

Waste Management 2023

On behalf of the World Congress on Sustainable Waste Management, we are happy to welcome you to join the Meeting scheduled on June 20-21, 2023 at New York, USA. It is an once-in-a-lifetime event for the world's greatest illustrious academics in the perspective of public health and nutrition in which Directors, Environmental Scientists, Professors, Research scholars and Postdocs. In the conference parts and academic staff will be offering their research and acquiescing to new developing technology developments.


WASTE MANAGEMENT 2023 is an international platform that will address current advancements and transformations in Public Health and Nutrition research and growth established on their research and critical reviews, and level some discuss the most recent research and novelties in the fields of Environment, Pollution Sources & Belongings, Human Impact on the Environment, Risk assessment, Diet, Pollution Analysis, and Environmental Sustainability and Progress.


Scope and Importance:


Contamination counteractive action safeguards the earth by preserving and ensuring regular resources while fortifying financial development through progressively proficient creation in industry and slighter amount requirements for family units, organizations and networks to contract with waste.

The extent of ecological investigations is wide and it manages numerous zones like:

Conservation of mutual assets Biological viewpoints Contamination of the encompassing regular resources controlling the contamination Social topics associated with it Effects of human populace on nature.


Why to attend?


With participants from around the world focused on learning about Environmental pollution and Science technologies, this is your solitary best opportunity to reach the major assemblage of participants from the Environmental Science and Pollution Control. Conduct demonstrations, distribute information, obtain knowledge about current and trending Environmental Science and Pollution Control technologies, make a splash with a fresh research, and obtain name credit at this 2 days event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, strategies, and the newest updates in Environmental Science and Pollution Control fields by using natural products are hallmarks of this session.

Session 01: Solid Waste Management

Proper solid waste management also look afterward citizens from biohazards and physical harm, nurtures community health, helps sanitation, and delivers opportunities to make from recycling. The sources of solid waste have residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial activities. Definite kinds of wastes that root immediate danger to bare individuals or environments are classified as hazardous; these are talk over in the article hazardous-waste management. Poor waste management - ranging from non-existing collection systems to ineffective disposal - causes air pollution, water and soil contamination. Open and unsanitary landfills give to contamination of drinking water and can grounds infection and transmit diseases.

Session 02: Plastic Pollution

Plastic pollution can alter habitats and natural processes, reducing ecosystems capacity to adapt to climate change, directly affecting millions of people's livelihoods, food production capabilities and social well-being. The dangerous chemicals released from plastic products throughout their whole life cycle can pose a serious risk to humans and the environment, including when waste is not correctly managed, finding its way to air, water and soils.

Here are six essential steps to recycle plastic materials.

Step 1: Collection of Waste Plastic

Step 2: Sorting of Plastics into Categories

Step 3: Washing to Remove Impurities

Step 4: Shredding and Resizing

Step 5: Identification and Separation of Plastics

Step 6: Compounding

Session 03: Waste Treatment

Hazardous waste can be preserved by chemical, thermal, biological, and physical procedures. Chemical methods contain ion exchange, precipitation, corrosion and reduction, and neutralization. Among thermal trials is high-temperature incineration, which not only can detoxify definite organic wastes but also can terminate them. The main purpose of wastewater treatment is to take out as much of the suspended solids as possible before the left behind water, called effluent, is discharged back to the environment. As solid material decays, it habits up oxygen, which is required by the plants and animals living in the water.

  • Landfill
  • Incineration
  • Waste compaction
  • Composting
  • Vermicomposting

Session 04: E-waste management

E-waste management is a procedure to collect e-waste, recover and recycle material by safe methods, dispose of e-waste by suitable techniques to reduce its adverse effects on environment. The recycling of e-waste helps a lot of useful purposes. For instance, contain protecting human and environmental health by keeping those devices out of landfills. Or recovering the parts within the devices that still have worth, and providing manufacturers with recycled metals that can be recycled to make new products.

Session 05: Recycling and Upcycling

Recycling is the procedure of converting waste materials that would usually be thrown away, into fresh materials and objects. Recycling waste reduces the quantity of harmful materials formed and reduces energy usage, therefore advancing the environment. More and more people recycle every single day. This supports to reduce the need for landfill and more costly forms of disposal. Recycling also decreases the essential for extracting (mining, quarrying and logging), filtering and giving out raw materials all of which create substantial air and water pollution.

  • Mechanical
  • Energy
  • Chemical

Upcycling, also known as imaginative reuse, is the procedure of transforming by-products, waste materials, unusable, or unwanted products into new materials or products seeming to be of greater quality, such as artistic assessment or environmental value. Upcycling is a method of reusing and repurposing old, discarded materials and converting them into new items of higher value.

Session 06: Waste Water Treatments

Wastewater treatment is a procedure used to remove impurities from wastewater and change it into an effluent that can be returned to the water cycle. Erstwhile returned to the water cycle, the effluent makes an all right impact on the terrain or is reused for colorful purposes (called water recapture). There are three main stages of the wastewater treatment methods, aptly known as primary, secondary and tertiary water treatment. In some employments, more innovative treatment is necessitated, known as quaternary water treatment.

  • Physical water treatment
  • Biological water treatment
  • Chemical treatment
  • Sludge treatment

Session 07: Waste to Energy

Waste- to- energy (WtE) or energy- from- waste ( EfW) is the procedure of generating energy in the form of electricity and/ or heat from the main treatment of waste, or the processing of waste into an energy source. WtE is a form of energy recovery. The waste (energy) is burned, discharging heat. The heat goes water into smoke in a boiler. The high- pressure smoke tries the blades of a turbine initiator to produce electricity. An air pollution control system do away with defilements from the combustion gas before it's released through a murk hill.

Session 08: Renewable Resources and Renewable Energy

renewable resource, also identified as an income resource, is a natural resource which will replenish to change the portion depleted by process and consumption, either through natural reduplication or other reiterating procedures in a finite volume of time in a natural time scale. 

Renewable energy is energy that is composed from renewable resources that are naturally replenished on a human period. It contains sources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat. Although maximum renewable energy sources are sustainable, some are not.         

  • Solar energy
  • Geothermal energy
  • Wind energy
  • Biomass
  • Hydropower
  • Hydroelectric
  • Ocean Energy
  • Hydrogen

Session 09: Landfills

Landfill sites are intended to store waste. They are designed to reduce the effect of garbage on human health and the environment. Modern landfills are totally closed to reduce pollution of nearby groundwater. First, the soil is enclosed with clay. A thin layer of flexible plastic is positioned on top of the clay layer. That allows for the accumulation of leachate, a liquid that permits through the landfill and may release toxins from waste. As the debris is sited on the ground in a growing pile, it is piled up into a solid heap. Each day a layer of soil is detached and covered with garbage to prevent odors and problems with rats. Therefore, the landfill is typically made up of compressed layers of debris and soil.

  • Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
  • Industrial Waste Landfills
  • Hazardous Waste Landfills
  • Green Waste Landfills

Session 10: Environmental Pollution

Pollution is distinct as “the pollution of the visible and living parts of the earth / atmosphere system in such a method that the normal processes of the environment are adversely pretentious. For instance, deforestation, burning of bushes, dumping of agricultural and household wastes in water bodies, usage of chemicals in harvesting aquatic animals, and improper disposal of electronic wastes, all contributes to air, land, and water pollution.

  • Air pollution
  • Water pollution
  • Land Pollution
  • Soil Pollution
  • Noise Pollution
  • Thermal Pollution
  • Industrial Pollution
  • Light Pollution

Session 11: Socio-environmental impacts of waste management

Improper waste management contributes to climate change and air pollution, and this one directly affects biodiversity and animal coordination. Waste disposal sites, measured a last resort in waste management, release methane, an exceedingly potent greenhouse gas associated with climate change. Waste disposal frequently takes place by uncontrolled dumping on unsuitable spots, e.g. river banks, streets, canals, or small and large rubbish heaps. In general speaking, the amount of waste rises in proportion to an improved purchasing power, industrial development, rationalization within trades and specializations.

Session 12: Bioenergy and Biofuels

Bioenergy is one of the various resources available to help meet our energy need. It is a kind of renewable energy derived from living organisms well-known as biomass, which can be used to produce fuel for transportation, heat, electricity, and products. Bioenergy is renewable energy formed from living organisms (called “biomass”) such as plants, which have energy from the sun stored as chemical energy. Bioenergy manufacturers can change this energy into liquid fuel called "biofuel" - through the procedure of converting chemicals into a bio-refining process. Bioenergy is generated from renewable, biological sources such as biomass. Biomass is a plant that can be converted into fuel (also known as biofuel when made from organic matter) to deliver heat and electricity. Bioenergy can be found in numerous types of biofuels.

Types of biomass:

  • Agricultural residues
  • Animal waste
  • Forest residues
  • Industrial wastes
  • Solid waste

Session 13: Advanced technologies in waste management

Low and non-waste technologies (LNWT) of production meant at waste minimization at all points in the cycle of production through method changes, good housekeeping, recycle and reuse, equipment design, and product formulations.

  • Smart Waste Bins
  • Waste Level Sensors
  • AI Recycling Robots
  • Garbage Truck Weighing Mechanisms
  • Pneumatic Waste Pipes
  • Solar-Powered Trash Compactors
  • E-Waste Kiosks
  • Recycling Apps

Session 14: Environmental Remediation

Landscaping to take away dirt or debris from water (both ground and surface water) and soil. These contaminants are indifferent to protect human health, as well as to bring back the environment. Example: Environmental remodeling techniques contain excavation, extraction, oxidation, evaporation, thermal desorption, pump and treatment, nano remediation, and more.

  • Soil remediation
  • Groundwater remediation
  • Surface water remediation
  • Sediment remediation

Session 15: Biomedical and Infectious Waste Management

Trash contaminated with blood and other body fluids (e.g. from unwanted diagnostic samples), customs and stocks of infectious material from laboratory work (e.g. waste from post-mortem and ill animals from laboratories), or waste from infected patients (e.g. and disposal) medical equipment)

  • Infectious
  • Hazardous
  • Radioactive
  • General

Session 16: Thermal Waste Recovery

Thermal heat recovery, also known as waste heat recovery, is the use of heat energy that is released from extra industrial processes and that may be dispersed in a nearby in use area. This temperature difference lets for heat transfer and thus energy transfer, or in this case, recovery. Thermal energy is generally obtained from liquid or gas unused to fresh air for self-cleaning and water infiltration of buildings, such as HVAC systems, or processing systems. Units work on the principle of renewable energy, releasing as much sense energy as possible from the exhaust air that comes out of your building. As the air from the inside of the building is changed by the outside air, the heat energy of the outgoing air is nowhere to be found.

  • Cement kiln
  • Gasification
  • Incineration
  • Mechanical heat treatment
  • Pyrolysis
  • Thermal DEpolymerization
  • Waste autoclaves

Session 17: Waste governance, regulations and policies

Formalization of national parks, wildlife sanctuaries, conservation reserves and community capitals. Safety to environment and wildlife inside places of such protected areas. Development of National Board for Wildlife and State Boards for Wildlife for identification of upcoming protected areas. Federal and state environmental rules protect air quality, water quality, waste management, land conservation, chemical and oil spills, and drinking water quality. Some environmental policies regulate the activities of private individuals, organizations, or businesses.

Session 18: Pollution Control Technologies

There are many technologies used in industrial and transportation procedures to control pollution. The technology for controlling particle emission chambers, gravitational separators, centrifugal separators, particulate wet scrubber etc. The usage of sensors in controlling pollution has turn out to be a widespread practice.

Ways to Control or Reduce Industrial Pollution

  • Source Control
  • Recycling
  • Cleaning of Resources
  • Industry Site Selection
  • Proper Treatment of Industrial Waste
  • Rebuilding Habitats and Afforestation
  • Stricter Laws and Enforcement
  • Regular Environmental Impact Assessments

Session 19: Biological Reprocessing

It improves the quality of air and water by reducing pollution: Pick up the check organic waste in recycling facilities evades odor problems, as well as gas emissions and leachates in landfills and incinerators. Biological usage of industrial wastewater is a procedure whereby organic substances are used as food by bacteria and other microorganisms. Just about any organic substance can be used as food by one or more type of bacteria, fungi, ciliates, rotifers, or other microorganisms. Biological processing techniques contain using enzymes to fine-tune functional properties like solubility, gelling capacity, and fat- and water-binding capacity or by means of microbial fermentation to change plant protein feedstocks into extra functional forms.

Session 20: Animal Feed

An animal food (feed) element is a component portion, constituent, or a little combination/mixture added to and including the animal food. Animal food ingredients might comprise grains, milling by-products, extra vitamins, minerals, fats/oils, and other nutritional and energy bases. Good nutrition provides your animals the vigor to grow, develop, and reproduce, and strong immunity to fight off infections. All these advantages lead to extra profitable as well as sustainable agriculture.

  • Herbivores
  • Omnivores
  • Carnivores

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The worldwide waste management market scope was valued at $1,612.0 billion in 2020, and is expected to range $2,483.0 billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of 3.4% from 2021 to 2030. Waste management is the group, transportation and disposable of garbage, sewage, and additional waste products. It involves pick up the check solid waste and disposing unwanted products and substances in a safe and efficient method. Waste management includes all sorts of waste together with solid, liquid, or gas. Waste management compacts with municipal, industrial, and hazardous waste.

Key Benefits for Stakeholders

The report delivers an extensive analysis of the current and emerging waste management market trends and dynamics. 

In-depth waste management market analysis is showed by estimations for the key segments between 2021 and 2030. 

Extensive analysis of the market is shown by following key product positioning and monitoring of top competitors within the market framework.

A comprehensive analysis of four major regions is providing to determine the prevailing opportunities.

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